Health

  • Woman’s Heartfelt Response After Man Left Note For Parking In A Disabled Bay

    A woman has posted a heartfelt response on Facebook after a passer-by left a note on her car for parking in a disabled spot.

    Rob Waugh's Yahoo Blog
  • Pitt RB James Conner, fighting cancer, back on practice field (Video)

    Conner was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in December, but that hasn’t stopped him from participating in winter conditioning.

    Dr. Saturday
  • In war on Zika mosquito, Brazil vows worry-free Olympics

    Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff on Saturday launched a door-to-door "war" on mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus, vowing they will not jeopardize the Rio Olympics in August. "The situation does not compromise the Olympics," Rousseff said as she joined soldiers in a nationwide campaign to teach…

    AFP
  • Alzheimer's: Four Activities You Can Do To Help Your Loved Ones

    Hundreds of thousands of people on this planet live with Alzheimer's, a devastating disease that slowly shuts down their cognitive functions. Attributed as the most common cause of dementia, Alzheimer's leads to memory loss, reduction in brain efficiency and problem solving and, often, difficulties…

    Huffington Post
  • Roseanne Barr to Open Medical Marijuana Dispensary

    Roseanne Barr is going to pot with her latest business venture. The former “Roseanne” star and presidential candidate has joined the cannabis industry, via a medical marijuana dispensary that will open in Santa Ana, California, the Orange County Register reports. In a statement, Barr said the…

    The Wrap
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    Gene Therapy Study May Lead to Heart Tissue Regeneration

    After participating in a gene therapy study, one patient with heart failure says within a few weeks, she had more energy. To this day, the patient doesn`t know if she received the gene therapy or placebo solution, but the FDA has fast-tracked a larger study of safety. That could lead to a study to…

    Tribune
  • Can a cluttered kitchen give you the munchies?

    By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - If you can’t seem to stop yourself from snacking, your messy kitchen may be at least partly to blame, a recent study suggests. “It’s easier to spend five minutes cleaning up your kitchen than 24 hours trying to resist snacks,” senior study author Brian Wansink,…

    Reuters
  • The age of indie fitness apps is over

    What do Endomondo, MyFitnessPal, MapMyFitness, Runtastic, FitStar, and RunKeeper all have in common? Aside from all being smartphone apps that track your health and activity, all of these apps have been acquired by bigger companies — bigger brands — over the past couple of years, the latest being…

    The Verge
  • The Lively Wearable will help grandma stay safe and physically active

    It’s not just 20-somethings who value design when it comes to wearable tech — no one wants to be caught sporting an eyesore of a device. And while wearables purport to be useful for everyone at every age, it seems that much of the industry has left out the 14.5 percent of the country’s population…

    Digital Trends
  • Novocure's Stock Gains 3% As Anthem Now Covers Optune For Its Members

    Shares of Novocure Ltd (NASDAQ: NVCR ) were trading higher by more than 3 percent early Friday morning after the company announced that Anthem Inc (NYSE: ANTM ) will begin covering its Optune therapy for ...

    Benzinga
  • 3 Trends Driving HealthSouth Corp Higher (HLS)

    Understand why trends such as the aging U.S. population, government health care reform and economic improvement are driving HealthSouth's stock higher.

    Investopedia
  • Zinedine Zidane Reportedly Angry over Gareth Bale Injury Relapse at Real Madrid

    Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is reportedly "angry" at his medical staff, with forward Gareth Bale set to miss the team’s upcoming UEFA Champions League with Roma clash because of injury...

    Bleacher Report
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    Tamar Braxton Opens Up About her Life & Death Health Battle

    Last November, Tamar Braxton suffered a life threatening health crisis that caused her to remove a rib and drop out of “Dancing With The Stars.” Now, alongside her husband Vince, she’s opening up to “The Insider With Yahoo” special correspondent Mary Kitchen about it all, starting with her fight…

    The Insider
  • 5 Foods to Fire Up Your Love Life

    Check out these foods to get you in the mood.

    LIVESTRONG on Yahoo
  • This Brave "Polka Dot Princess" Is One Inspirational Little Fighter

    "I wish people could see past the birthmark and see what a wonderful little angel she is.​"​​

    Redbook
  • 5 Health Benefits of Flavonoid-Rich Foods

    Flavonoid-rich fruits and vegetables include apples, pears, and berries.

    Men's Fitness On Yahoo
  • With Find Your Trainer, you can bring the gym to you

    It’s not that you don’t want to go to the gym — it’s that commitment is really,  really  hard, right? Between the crazy workout class prices to the seemingly life-ending contracts that certain facilities will make you sign to the schlep that you’d have to make in order to get from the comfort of…

    Digital Trends
  • Heat's Chris Bosh says more exams coming on his injured calf

    All-Star forward Chris Bosh will have more exams on his strained right calf when he gets back to Miami, possibly as early as Monday to determine the status and severity of the problem. Bosh came to Toronto with hopes of participating in Saturday's 3-point contest and Sunday's All-Star Game, but…

    The Associated Press